Eustace Clarence Mullins Jr. (9 March, 1923 — 2 February, 2010) was an American political writer, author, poet, biographer and last surviving protégé of the intellectual poet, Ezra Pound.
His best known works include Mullins on the Federal Reserve (1952), This Difficult Individual, Ezra Pound (1961), The Secrets of the Federal Reserve (1983) and Murder by Injection (1988).
Born in Roanoke, Virginia, the third of six children of Eustace Clarence Mullins Sr. and his wife Jane Katherine Muse. A direct descendant of William Mullins, one of the signers to the Mayflower Compact (1620), the first governing code written in the New World.
After serving in the United States Air Force during World War II, he was educated at Washington and Lee University, New York University, with courses completed at Ohio State University and the University of North Dakota. He later studied art at the Escuela des Bellas Artes, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Washington, D.C.
"In 1949, I was introduced to the poet Ezra Pound, who was at that time an inmate of St. Elizabeths Hospital. There had been conflicting reports as to his mental condition; that is to say, the reports of the government psychiatrists, and the reports of everyone else who knew him. The hospital officials avoided the issue by describing him to prospective visitors quite honestly as a “political prisoner."
While a student at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in Washington, he was introduced to the poet Ezra Pound by Polly and Rudd Fleming, then teachers at the institute; the Flemings were frequent visitors helping with Pound to translate works of Greek and French poetry. The outstanding literary figure of the 20th century, Pound had seen three of his proteges awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature (Ernest Hemingway, T.S. Elliot and William Butler Yeats).
At Pound’s request, he began investigating the history of the Federal Reserve System. The results were published by Kasper and Horton, New York in 1952 under the title, Mullins on the Federal Reserve, and written in consultation with George Stimpson, eminent political scholar and founder of the National Press Club. A revised and expanded edition was published in 1983 and titled, The Secrets of the Federal Reserve. The original book on the Federal Reserve became the first nationally-circulated revelation of the secret meetings at Jekyll Island, Georgia, 1907-1910, at which place the draft of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was written.
“Your book is among the few books that I have on my desk, Mr. Mullins, that I often refer to. It is a very fine book and has been very useful to me. When I return to Washington, if you are down that way, I would like to have the privilege of seeing you and visiting with you.” — Congressman Wright Patman (U.S. Congress, 1929-1976; Chairman of the House Banking & Currency Committee)
In Washington, he was employed as a staff member of the Library of Congress. He served as a legislative researcher to the late Senator Joseph McCarthy. He has been a consultant on highway taxation for the American Petroleum Institute, an editor of Institutions Magazine, and an editorial director of the Chicago Motor Club. For sixty years, he provided his services as editor and writer to the better-known conservative publications in the United States. In his early career, he became an American correspondent to the British newspaper, The Social Crediter.
October 19, 2019 Subject:
Thank You For Uploading These Insightful And Important Conversations From This Great Man!!!
God bless Eustace Mullins!
He was a true American hero and a patriot. He was extremely intelligent, insightful and an all-around pleasant person. The powers that be have tried to smear him and tarnish his good name as much as they could; they even tried to murder him on multiple occasions. But anyone who listens to this man speak or reads his cogent writings will understand that he was a man of integrity and truth.
He was also a TRUE Christian. He was not merely a man who had Christ's name on his lips, yet was far from Him in his heart. No, Eustace dedicated his life in the service of true Christianity and the defense of Christ's name and all true followers of Him. If any man ever gave his life in the service of truth and in the service of Christ, it was Eustace.
I am certain that God was well-pleased with your good works in this life, for defending Him and His Son. For standing up for righteousness and truth. For illuminating the world and helping others wake up to the truth and turn to God with true purpose.
Rest In Peace, Eustace Mullins.
You most certainly earned it.
August 18, 2017 Subject:
I LOVE THIS MAN
Thank you, Eustace Mullins.
July 23, 2016 Subject:
Incredible archive by a great man
I enjoyed tremendously listening to Eustace Mullins insights on politics, society and history.
Please upload the books he has written.
March 6, 2015 Subject:
Great man - A true eyeopener
One for the ages... may he rest in peace....
thank you for this archive - a must have
July 14, 2014 Subject:
THANKS FOR THIS UPLOADER!
If the Satanic Empire is here on earth with the Rothschild and minions. It's still important to at least know some of the truth and Mullins is one of the excellent sources. Thanks Uploader!